Posted 1 year ago on June 21, 2013, 12:03 p.m. EST by Kavatz
from Edmonton, AB
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"There are a lot more reasons not to vote, but this post is getting kind of long. As for proposing an alternative to voting, that is another vast subject, but I will say this: principled nonvoting is a viable alternative. It is not apathetic or lazy or indecisive. Even if I have failed to convince you not to vote, I hope you realize that there is nothing inherently good about voting, despite all the propaganda that says so. Voting is relegated to a decision between predetermined candidates—nonvoting expands the discussion to the current system’s fundamental flaws."
The guy who left a comment has a good point.
"Boycotting elections alone will not oust the oligarchy, but it is the only proven non-violent way to delegitimize a government."
"We've been voting. When did the good guys win?"
"Some say that Einstein defined insanity as repeating the same experiment over and over and expecting different results."
Actually ran out of time, but you get the point. The best thing for democracy is to stop voting. Playing their game ensures their victory, and it is a game of elitist global domination and control.